Declining Son Preference in South Korea
Eunsil Oh, University of Wisconsin-Madison
March 10, 2021 · 4:30 pm—6:00 pm · Zoom
Program in East Asian Studies
Son preference has been at the center of understanding how families operate, particularly in patriarchal societies. However, new evidence suggests that son preference has started to weaken in some countries, including South Korea. This talk explores how young adults in Korea shape their aspirations about having children and arrive at their gender preference or indifference.
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